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Because Valentine's Day Needs More Maps

With Valentine's Day approaching, maybe you're thinking about the fish in the sea, of which we're told there are plenty. How many fish really are in your local sea? Well, we'll get back to you in a minute. For now, imagine your predecessors wondering the same thing circa 1880.

Let's have a look at the gender breakdown in the United States at that time, courtesy of this super neat map, which is for sale through our Vintage Visualizations...

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Co-working at St. Lydia's in Gowanus

Looking for a place to work that isn't your apartment or a coffee shop? Check out the new space for freelancers in Gowanus from our pals at St. Lydia's. They describe it as "a comfortable, light-filled workspace with a nice big kitchen, lots of outlets and really good wifi, perfect for being very productive." Sounds good to us!

See the flyer below for more info.




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Romance and Revenge: Aphrodisiacs and Female Poisoners

Each month, our Masters of Social Gastronomy talks explore the history, science, and stories behind a curious food topic. Up this month: aphrodisiacs and poison!

Every culture has a long history of aphrodisiacs - love-inducing and libido-promoting foods, ranging from the commonplace to the esoteric. Is chocolate the rightful king of Valentine's Day, or could we do better with a tiger's unmentionables? Let's trace the history of these foxy...

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